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BYJU'S App: Filling Gaps In The Educational System

Monday November 13, 2017 12:56 PM, Zohair M Safwan,

BYJU's App

We are all personally familiar with where the flaws are in our current educational system, from lack of proper study materials to the incapability of teachers to convey the complete information as they are limited to the 4 walls of the classroom. Well, there is this new age edu-tech startup making a name for itself by completely revitalizing the educational structure, thus filling certain gaps which no longer hold back students from a complete learning experience. Let us look at some of the key features of the BYJUS App Review.

  • New Gen Content: With the advancements in technology by integrating 3D animations into their videos, Byju’s is able to provide a better learning experience for their students. Teachers are no longer limited to just the blackboard. Take for instance, how we are able to remember the plot of a movie we see, better than a topic we read in the newspaper. This is because our brain has a better retentivity to audio-visual content as it caters to more of our sensors rather than just one. Thus be it a topic of Organic Chemistry or DNA, the animation integrated content offers a better platform for students to study.

  • Better Testing & Evaluation Methods: With the current technology available, the whole concept of exams can be revitalized. Not being limited to just pen and paper anymore, a simple test can be made much more relative to a real-life scenario. Thus vastly improving the student’s analytical and problem-solving skills. Also, some applications offer adaptive learning as a feature, wherein the difficulty of the test varies according to the student's caliber.

  • Progress Tracking: It is usually difficult for parents to track how their students are performing in their studies. Especially, with their own work life restricting them from getting involved in their student's studies. Byju’s has come up with a solution for that. A parental monitoring application called the BYJU'S Parent Connect. This application enables parents to stay up-to-date with their child’s progress and performance from Byju’s-The Learning App. A child performs best when her parents help her in her studies on an ongoing basis. The Parent Connect app is designed to provide the real-time update to the parents that help them be more involved with child's progress.

Thus we have had our own Byju’s App review owing to its fame and credibility, it is clear that Byju’s is set to make a reform in the educational sector. To get an idea of their innovative content, check out their YouTube channel –


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